Examples from the Web for theobald
In the yeare following Theobald archbishop of Canturburie, and legat to Ger.Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (4 of 12)|Raphael Holinshed
Theobald accompanied him to Cambridge, and was at his best while doing so.The Way of All Flesh|Samuel Butler
It was a wild winter when Theobald left us, and they cried every night.
The correction of Theobald, Ides, has been universally and properly adopted; for 'first' must have been a printer's error.
Only Aghadoe Abbey was eerie at night, especially in winter storms, since my cousin Theobald went away.
masc. proper name, from Medieval Latin Theobaldus, from Old High German Theudobald, from theuda "folk, people" + bald "bold." Form influenced in Medieval Latin by the many Greek-derived names beginning in Theo-.